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Pre-camp reflections

Read the introduction, objectives and theoretical background to the project and then answer the following questions:
  •      What interests you about this project?

The project looks interesting and has quite an interesting idea. Architectural design interest me, so I took this project.

  •       What do you want to learn by doing this project?

I want to learn more about the physics of architectural designing though it seems complicated. It may also help me in the future. 

  •       What questions do you have about this project?

  •      What do you personally want to have achieved by the end of this project?

I want to be able to learn more about how to construct structures that are strong. 

Reflections on Plenary Sessions

For each plenary session, consolidate your learning by answering the following questions:
  •     What are your key learning points?

1. Plenary session by Prof Kerry Sieh 

2. IT for Animation by Prof Sean Hock Soon 
2D, 3D. Programs for animation. 

3. Innovation breakthroughs in Nano-Science and Nano-Technology by Prof Ma Jun 
What is Nano-Technology and how it helps us. 

What new questions do you have about the topic?

New questions I have about the topic are... 


Reflections on Applied Project Challenge: Your Accomplishments
  • Discuss how the project has deepened your understanding and broadened your awareness of the selected discipline.
It has let me know more about the different roles of different structure of any buildings. 
  • What do you now understand about this discipline that you were unaware of at the beginning?
It has let me understand the different roles of different structure of any buildings. 
  • Describe how what you have learned from doing this project can be connected to what you are learning at school.

  • Describe how you can apply what you have learned from doing this project.
If I further my studies in the future about this topic or have a job when I grow up related to this, this would come in very handy for me.
  •  At the end of the project, what new questions do you now have?

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